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Chargers Rally Past Vikings 24-17

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The San Diego Chargers came from down 17-7 at halftime to beat the Vikings 24-17 Sunday afternoon in San Diego.  Percy Harvin began the game with a 103-yard kickoff return touchdown for the Vikings and Donavan McNabb completed a touchdown pass to Michael Jenkins in the first half.  McNabb struggled for much of the day and was 7-15 passing for just 39 yards.

Mike Tolbert ran for 35 yards and a touchdowns and caught 9 passes for 58 yards and 2 touchdowns for San Diego.  The Vikings are 0-1 and will host Tampa Bay next Sunday at noon, pregame on WJON at 11am.

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